Some funds had dramatic comebacks, while others remained cellar-dwellers, writes Morningstar's Russ Kinnel.
In a make-or-break year, some of these funds are breaking.
Fundholders should check their exposure to hot commodities.
Some deep-value investors have significant stakes in these troubled firms.
Here are the mutual funds with the most at stake.
The collapse has cost shareholders--including many funds--billions.
Plus, new Putnam funds, Fidelity manager changes, and more.
The line between growth and value has blurred.
These three funds are beseiged by outflows.
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